afresh

[uh-fresh]
adverb
anew; once more; again: to start afresh.

Origin:
1500–10; a-2 + fresh

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afresh (əˈfrɛʃ)
 
adv
once more; once again; anew

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afresh
c.1500, perhaps on analogy of anew, from a- (1) + fresh.
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Example sentences
In this distant and extreme terrain, the fundamental story of our time is being
  told afresh.
They were drawn afresh as the relevant molecules drifted back into the dead
  space and interacted with each other once again.
Karla probably regarded this fiction as a way to bury the past and to start
  life afresh.
There is no impediment to success when you can create your narrative afresh,
  every day, in every way.
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